When we think of the gorgeous gal that is Rochelle Humes, we think of her glowing, flawless skin. However, on Thursday evening, the former Saturdays singer revealed she is just like the rest of us – and suffers with the odd breakout of spots. The 29-year-old shared a series of snaps on her Instagram Stories, showing what products she uses to combat acne. She first showed her 1.2 million followers inside her skincare cabinet, where we spied a variety of expensive lotions and potions from La Mer, but she also held up a smaller, teeny-tiny bottle, writing: "This is such a good little spot buster." The formula is called '10% Sulfur Paste', from science-led beauty brand Malin + Goetz, priced at £19, and you apply directly to the affected area, and leave it to dry left overnight. By morning, the white paste hardens and can be rinsed away, leaving your spots looking far less angry. Genius eh?
Rochelle still looked stunning covered in spot cream
The mother-of-two certainly thinks so – she proceeded to share a makeup-free photograph of herself covered in the spot cream, which was dotted all over her face.
Rochelle shared her 'spot buster' with fans
With her cosmetic-free skin and glasses, we think it’s incredibly refreshing that the singer doesn’t need a full face of foundation to feel confident. And after all, adult acne affects between 40 to 55 percent of the population.
£19, Malin + Goetz
Speaking about her favourite products, the Ninja Warrior presenter also revealed recently: "I couldn't do without a good concealer. Where I am dark skinned, I can get quite dark skin under my eyes. I use NARS as they do good colours for my skin tone. I think if you have a good concealer and a good lip balm, you can face the world. You don’t mind going out."
The TV presenter is also a fan of hair masks and has credited brand Coco & Eve's virgin coconut hair treatment, £34.90, for keeping her curls intact. Earlier in the year, she even confessed to using in when she was on the go! "My favourite part about having a job in radio is that I can go to work in a hair mask and no one can see me," she giggled.